Almost every yogi across the world has honored the gentle command, “Find Your Center.” When we hear our instructors speak those words, we seek to find a place of balance. In the beginning, I sought to find physical balance to prevent falling over on my butt while trying to nail tree or warrior one pose. This mental exercise was controlled by the brain-centered mind I’d been cultivating my entire life.
Then one day during contemplation (yes, contemplation – meditation would require not thinking), I received a revelation. I’d been operating in this world as a woman playing a man’s game. I’d allowed my ego to rise above my intuition, thus creating a state of imbalance. I had to be the best, do the best, and live the best. Life was all about my accomplishments. From that moment on, I started to evaluate my intentions and I didn’t like what I found. So, I put aside my traditional thoughts and teaching and went back to what I knew – seeking God consciousness.
I’m still on this journey and will be for the rest of my life on this earth plane. As I continue to transform, evolve, and ascend, I’ve truly learned how to find my center. Now, I understand that my heart and womb are one and I don’t have to live a brain-centered existence. With this new point of view, I embrace my womb and release the power of the divine feminine who God created in me and my ancestors. As a result, I no longer worry about competing and showing the world I’m just as good as a man if not better. Instead, I head the call of all the goddesses before me and cry out, “I am woman!” with all my heart, mind, and soul. Thank God, I’ve found my center.